How to Eat Fried Worms


I just stumbled upon this today while looking for a trailer to Snakes On A Plane (I wasn’t convinced it was actually a real movie, like that somebody thought that up and said “Hey, that’s a great idea”). A movie is being made about the book I have read more than any other book. I honestly had to do at least three book reports on How to Eat Fried Worms when I was in grade school.

I was excited to see the news that it is becoming a movie. It, of course, is a kids movie, but I’m sure I’ll see it one day. It could be one of those kid movies that isn’t too painful to watch. Now, they just need to make one about the other book I used for book reports, The Whipping Boy.

Link: How to Eat Fried Worms trailer

Comments (2)

Holy crap. I haven’t read either of those books in at least 12 years, a.k.a. over half of the time I have been alive. I was just about to chastise you for not including a link to the trailer, but then I saw it. Thanks.

By the way… the kid on the bottom left of that photo montage on the trailer link looks sort of like the kid from The Sandlot, eh?

[…] Lately I’ve noticed a cool kind of movement. It seems as though people my age have begun to gain the knowledge and ability to bring back some entertainment we enjoyed as kids, and I think it’s great! The things that made me think of this are movies such as the Transformers Movie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, How to Eat Fried Worms, and I recently even saw some Mad Libs have recently made a comeback. […]

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